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Inmoov_New Neck

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Inmoov_New Neck by Drupp Jan 24, 2017
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Jul 24, 2017 - Modified Jul 24, 2017

@Drupp, I seen your stepper Motor using EZB, very nice job! Question when I opened your project it asked to install a plugin which I do not see on the ezb forum. Is this correct?
Thanks, cheers.

I do not know what the problem is, I can download and run the file without any problems. If this can not be done, please email me at [email protected]
David

In looking at the details on this, I see that there appears to be ball bearings between the GrundPlate and the RingeGreen. I've seen no reference as to what these are. Does anyone have any details on these? I'm printing the parts now and have the other bearings on order.

Hello, the same balls as the Mid Stromach are used. http://inmoov.fr/mid-stomach/ These are 6mm ball bearings BB Gun balls.

Perfect...thanks for the update...I'll check t see what is available online

hello guys
i just finich test
you can see here videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHcxPO9DUfY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bW8WNiEClkE
i use servo motor mr996 but i find it is no enought strong
one servo have a problems for move all head
in start i moove with no head and after i put head all parameter is wrong
so becarefull before
i use arduino uno

Awesome Mod to Inmoov. I build the neck already and it is working fine ...@Drupp did you think about using 360 degree Servos ? we could also replace the rothead servo in the head itself and make a lot of room in the head with this. Maybe i didn't think about it completely but if you rotate all 3 servo the same amount you just rotate the head itself...don't you ? its just the limits..they should not be to much away from each other ...otherwise they would block each other and also the gear ratio maybe would have to be different...

Hi, an interesting idea. I think that this is not precluded. The problem with 380 degree servos will only be guarding position. Gear change threatens the servo is not strong enough.
The exam not hurt :-))

we would need some code that can calculate the servo positions from degrees of each axis of the head to not set the servos directly to wrong positions... That code should take care of any hardware limits.

And that something that would also help in the current setup.

hello drupp
i do your neck and all is nice
but i find this piece is not the same (SternumV1a)

Mar 22, 2017 - Modified Mar 22, 2017
Drupp - in reply to ambroise

Hi, you're right, I've already corrected in the zip file. (SternumV2a)
Drupp

hello i check and i dont find SternumV2 in a zip
please where is it?

Hi,

  1. Download all Files
  2. Unzip file Inmoov_New_Neck.rar
  3. Open address book
  4. Unzip file Inmoov-NewTorso.rar
  5. Open address book

perfect i find sternumv2 thank you

Hello i dont see sternumv2a
Could you say me where is it?
Thank you

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Inmoov-NewTorso.rar

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Does anyone have a list of nuts and bolts that are needed for this design ?

Imbus Screw
M4x10 3x
M4x16 9x
M5x16 1x
M4x12 1x

shoulders:
M5x25 6x
nut M5 6x

Servo motor:
Imbus M3x10 12x

Thanks for the parts! Just starting my Inmoov build and will print this. Looks like 6 of the bearings are required?

yes, 6x

Hi Drupp,

awesome design, thanks so much for sharing, any chance of also getting your ez-builder code since I'm using the Ez-robot controller as well

Thanks again,
Nick

Hi, write me at the email I will send code.
[email protected]

David

Feb 21, 2017 - Modified Feb 21, 2017

Hi Drupp!

Is it possible to integrate the movements with Myrobotlab?

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Wrobbi, try searching github.com for parloma wrist

Unfortunately I do not know

So, would it be possible for you to send your EZ-Builder code? I see if I can change. My email is [email protected]

Sent

Tks Drupp!

Feb 21, 2017 - Modified Feb 21, 2017

@drupp, you you mind sharing the script or auto position for your new wrist? my email is edited I'm not real good at this type of scripting, thank you

Sent

Yes, I use EZ-Builder

Feb 21, 2017 - Modified Feb 21, 2017

I completed your new neck an assembled. I'm using ez-robot for the controller. Not sure you're use EZ-BUILDER , do you have a sample to control the new neck? Thank you for this great product.
Cheers

Sweet! Thank you. I have all the parts printed, waiting for the bearing I ordered yesterday.

Cheers

Feb 15, 2017 - Modified Feb 15, 2017

Yes, it goes up and down alone. I shoot video and put on Youtube.
https://youtu.be/b8pQn_qEM3k

One more question @ Drupp,
Can the head only move up and down without the head going left or right. Can please show a video of the head go up and down only please?

Thank you

Thank you Drupp, I'm printing your new neck now, I can't wait to try it out.

Servo: MG 995R

What servos are you using?

Feb 11, 2017 - Modified Feb 12, 2017

Hello, is the robot head able to turn left and right when using your new inmoov-neck?

Also how many bearings do I need for your new inmoov neck? If the head turns left and right can you show a video please. Thanks
Cheers

Done , printed and assembled any code to share ? Myrobotlab

It's okay, you need to put part of the "NeckHingeV2a".
I had to move his head backwards to make it look better.

topPlateV1 does not slice correctly. center hole is filled.

What size bearings is used in the rameno parts ?

hello drup nice idea for the neck have you do a video?
thank you

Thanks for the warning, I corrected the mistake.

Printed all the files , 1 item seems to be missing , the part under top plate V1 where the three rameno parts fasten at the top.

Could you please post the missing file

Thank you

I am printing your design now - so far so good.

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